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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta M THI IITHBIIIDOE HER MTVi EaSJu Market steady TORONTO (CP) Indust issues continned their trend as prices in all major -tors of She Toronto stock mai moved higVr in active IT morning trading today. The industrial index dim 1.55 to 188.91. Just .03 po short of its 1971 high of inn Golds were up 2.56 to 155 base metals .11 to 81.23 t western oils 1.78 to 225.94. Volume by 11 a.m. was 1 million shares compared v. at the same ti Wednesday. One analyst said much of advance is based on pvess from a strong market in IS York. Advances outnumbered clines by almost four-to-one, to 50 with 192 issues unchang Banking, oi] refining bev age, merchandising, g e n e r manufacturing and real est issues posted strong gains. St issues drifted fractionally low Imperial Oil was up Gulf Oil to Sben I's to PanCanadian P to Du Pont '-A to and Four Seasons Hotels 516. Tara gained to M son A to Inco qi to 5 Bow Valley to a. La Dufault to and Walk Gooderham ?s to Hudson Bay Mining dropp Vt to S21V4, Acres to 512, goma. Sbeel >4 to Dofas V4 to S24% and Texaco H PRICES UP MONTREAL (CP) Pric were up in all sectors in trading on the Montreal sto market today. On index, industrials rose 2 to 195.43, utilities .72 to 195. banks 3.55 to 239.01, the compc ite 1.99 to 193.45 and papers to 1 ;d C It rial arc ec-ket nts 94. 89. nd .01 ith me the jre BvV ce-198 ed. sr-al ate eel cr. to itt ste to ol-33, ke er-ed 41-CO to es ht ck 14 s-13 Thursday, January e, 1971 ontinues Ivance more thaji 2 to 1 on the New York Stock Exchange. Among Canadians, Dome Mines and Mclntyre Porcupine both gained 1 to and respectively, Inte rnationa] Nickel was up ;tt to and Genstar Ltd. was higher at ?14Vi. Hudson Bay Mining slipped lo 521. On the American Stock Exchange. Canadian Javelin and Scurry Rainbow Oil added lo V4 and to U.S. ii OTTAWA (CF) Canadian exports to the United Stales rose by more than 10 per een in the first 11 months of 1971 but declined in sales to mos other countries, Statistics Can ada reported Wednesday. With December figures still to be reported, 1971 exports to al countries were up by about five per cent to billion from S15.5 billion in the same period of 1960. Exports to the U.S. rose by more than 10 per cent to billion from 510.1 billion in 1970 Among other leading buyers of Canadian commodities, only Italy and China recorded substantial gains. Export sales were down lor the United King dom, Japan, West Germany ant the Netherlands. Wednesday's report, giving some more detail about preliminary export figures earlier for November, indicate! a recovery after a long slump in newsprint, wood pulp and lum her sales, Canada's biggest foreign trade commodities after two-way trade with the U.S. in automobiles. All were up in November, anc the combined total for the first 11 months of 1971 was nearly ?2.5 billion, compared with billion in the same period of exports ncrease Over-all, the extra 10-per-cent import duty Imposed Aug. 15 by President Nixon and lifted late last month did not appear to bite deeply into Canadian sales. Total exports to the U.S. in November rose to SI. 13 billion from million in November, 1970. Cumulative sales to the U.K. in 11 months last year were down to billion from billion in 1970. Sales to Japan were off to million from million, exports to West Germany were down to 5293 million from. ?34B million, and shipments to the Netherlands were off to 5208 million from 5262 million. lo Italy rose in 11 months to million from S1G9 million. Sales to China were up strongly, to million from unable to NEW YORK (Reuter) The Boeing 747, Hie largest, most advanced airliner in the world, has not been a rousing fiscal success for some financwlly-troubled airlines. Several airlines have either put their planes into mothballs, leased them, turned ten into cargo carriers or ripped out some of Hie 374 seals to add trouble fill giant cargo section. Several have sold them, have them for sale or traded them in for smaller planes. There is nothing wrong with the giant airliner and. a fully-loaded 747 is a flying gold mine. In addition, it has flown 40 billion passenger miles without a fatality. The problem is airlines airlines airliner finding that, in a recession, they are flying more empty seats than people. Braniff International Airlines ordered two 747s. One flies every day between Dallas and Honolulu at a profit. But Braniff executives could not find a route in their system to justify the use of the second 747. Braniff traded the plane back to Boeing for six smaller 727s. Boeing sold the Braniff plane to a supplemental carrier. Eastern Airlines originally ordered four. But execu lives found they could not justify, the expense and sold them to Trans World Airlines. They lease three from Pan American to serve New York, San Juan, Chicago and Miami. This spring, when Eastern gets its first Lockheed Tristars, it will stop flying 747s. National Airlines ordered two with options for two more. They cancelled the options and fly She two 747s from Miami to New York and Los Angeles. But both planes are up for sale. Pan Am, which ordered 33, has delayed delivery of two of them because of the carrier's financial condition. They are in storage. Internationa] airlines also are adjusting to their 747 problems. Aer Irish I n 't e r n put its two planes in storage during the winter because losses would be too heavy to justify their use. Royal Dutch and Sabena of Belgium took the seats out of the rear passenger section for the winter and uses the space for baggage and cargo. Alitalia ripped out al] the seels in one of its 747s and is fljTng cargo this winter. BROWN Oakah Janes, chairmEin of Consumers' Gas of Toronto has been elected chief executive officer nf Home Oil Co., Calgary. Mr. Jones succeeds Robert A. Brown Jr. who died pri Winnipeg Grain WINNIPEG (CP) Prices were fractionally higher in oilseeds and steady in feed grains at mid-session of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange today. Rapeseed had a moderate trade and flax had good exporter and commission house buying. Trading in the feed grains was generally light. Volume of trade Wednesday included bushels review flax, of rye and of rapeseed. Mid-session prices: Flax: May 1 higher 2.46; July 1 higher 2.49; Oct. higher 2.53. Rapeseed Vancouver: Jan. higher March higher 2.45Vi; June 1% higher Rapeseed Thunder Bay: May V4 lower July higher Oats: May Vi lower July unchanged Barley: May unchanged July unchanged Oct. unchanged 1.06B. Rye: May unchanged July y8 higher 97M. Grain quotes Wednesday (basis High Low Close Flax May 247'A ZM'A 247 Jly 248% 245 248 Oct 252% 250 Rapeseed Vancouver Jan 24H4 234 241% Mar 24514 238 245 June 247% 24014 247 Rapeseed Thunder Bay May 237 229% 230 Jly 238 236% Oats May 67 Jly 68V4 68 W Barley May 108% 108 lOBli Jly 107% Oct 10B Rye May 9514 94 95'A Jly SJ'A 96H Lethbridge Livestock NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME TODAY Calgary livesfock CALGARY fCP) Receipts on the Calgary Livestock Market to 11 a.m. were head; mostly slaughter steers and heifers. Trade was active. Slaughter steers sold steady, heifers were fully steady. Good cows sold unevenly 25 to 50 cents lower, sales to 23.40. Medium canners and cutters sold steady, bulls steady. Choice steers 34 to 34.40, good 33 to 3.1.75, medium 31.75 to 32.75. Choice heifers 31.50 to 32.10, good 30.50 to 31.50, medium 29 to 30.50. Good cows 22 to 22.75, medium 21 to 22, canners and cutters 19 to 21. Good bulls 23.50 to 25.50. Replacement cattle continued to be mostly heavy, short-keep steers selected from the slaughter cattle offerings and selling steady. There were insufficient good slock calves on offer to establish quotation. Good feeder steers 750 pounds up 33.50 to 35.90, under 750 pounds 35 to 37. Good Vancouver, Ca (Supplied by Dohcrly. H LAST BIB a.m. Quotes) a.r WESTERN OILS Hud Bay 0 Alminex 00 Hugh Russ Alia Ea5l Gg; 25 Husky Oil 7i Hmky Oil Ashland 1 25 Husky Oil BP Oil Gai is Inler Prov Can So'JIh 6.50 Inler Prov Cdn Ex Gas 3.60 Kaiser Res Cdn Homesld 9.M Lake Dufau Cdn Home pfd 17.00 MGF Mana Cdn ind Gas Oil 10.25 Pacific Pel Cdn Long Is 70 Rainier Co Cdn Super 43.25 THedyne Charier 5.25 West Cdn S Chieflan S.40 While Yuko Dome Pete 3O7'A CAL Gl Plains 32.00 Acroll Gf Cdn Oil S.iO Sfrons Oil Lochiel 1.71 Maoison Norlh Cdn Oil 5.70 North Conl Numac Wesl Warn Part Cdn Pete IS. 50 PIPE LIN Pan ocean 12.50 Alia Gas T Petrol Gas T Pinnacle UV, Alia Nal G Place Gas l.OB Na> Ponder .75 Ranger K.oo Ce Scurry Rain 16.12V4 S" Trans CdaP f'-s Wesl Deceits 7.05 West Trans West Pete 10.1TO west warra MISCELLANEOUS MUTUA INDUSTRIES All Cdn Co Aquilalne K.tlVi All Cdn Oil Brinco 5.B7'A All Cdn Ve Cdn Brew A 31.50 Amer Gr F Cdn Brew B 36.00 AGF quotations Igary, Montreal oadttousc and HcCuaig) OB SALE n. Quoles) a.m. Quoles) Pfd 56.00 In Mufual 5J7 5.98 II 19.7S Mul Accum 5.32 5.15 17.25 Mul Gr Fund 5.17 5.69 Nat Res 6.95 7.60 War 7 N.W. Finance 4.58 5.03 Pipe 14.75 N.W. Growth 5.77 war rages PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) -U.S. steel industry sources, noting a price cut by D.S. Steel Corp. on large tonnage iteira, say a price war has broken out in the industry. U.S. Steel announced price cuts Wednesday ranging from to a ton on hot- and cold-rolled sheet products, used In making autos and appliances, and added a spectacular slash of ?25 a ton on merchant-quality steel bars, a structural product. U.S. Steel, the top U.S. producer, said there was m cost justification for making the cuts. The firm said it was set for debut as singer LONDON (AP) Actress Vanessa Redgrave is set to make her stage debut as a singer in new London production of the Bertolt Breehtkurt Weill musical The Threepenny Opera. Miss Redgrave, a distinguished Shakespearean actress whose only previous singing role was in the movie version of the musical Camelot, leads an all-star cast in the production due to open nexl 5.79 fi.03 t 13 5Q Temp Growlh 5.55 6.07 oe 19n Un Accum 5.06 5.56 3225 Univ Savings 7.4J 8.16 t'.m VANCOUVER 5.00 MINES eed .MO Anuk .37 n 1025 Arlic Mining .09 5ARY Explor .31 Dalh Norse 1.27 Od Brenda Church Copper .86 Crcyden .13 Dankoe 35 i STnrKs Varden .31 B OD Pfd 75.00 sfanl'MaicW 535 n'r GB" M nn t'.oa 5M Lyllon Mln 1.J5 47'nn Priner .00 ft 67.00 pwram'H T5 pe 3700 f.T l-i ipe B 43.50 e Bn ipe A SB.io W'r villj; Copper 8 nn FUNDS INDUSTRIALS m a. 31 9.01 Block Brolhen 3.35 1 9.27 U.13 B.C. SugBr 19.25 t 3 70 4.0J Cap Inler 6.00 d 6.41 7.04 Cresl For Ind 4.20 3.11 Key Indus! .20 d 4.82 5.28 Hys 3.00 5.21 6.32 Inler Brew 3.70 1351 14.85 Inler Mariner .66 r 3.50 3.B5 ok HfiUcoplcr Value MONTREAL CCP) U.S. dollar in terms of Canadian funds unchanged at Pound sterling up 1-16 at NEW YORK (CD-Canadian dollar up 1-64 at 99 33-64 in terms of U.S. funds. Pound sterling down 5-64 at ?2.55 1-16. Ind 26.00 Mutua Cygnus A Inler Cyomis B 6.50 Montreal and Canadian heifers 600 pounds up 30 Melia as I3.JS KSS, a 4.97 5.43 slam Inl'l Res .84 12.67 13.88 nil INSURANCE IV exchanges at 11 a.m. was shares, compared with at the same time Wednesday. Premium Cablevision rose to Du Pont 1V8 to Union Carbide 1 to Toronto Dominion 1 to Scott Paper 1 to Gulf Oil Canada 1 to Vi, Moore Corp. to Imperial Oil to Falconbridge to Canada Cement Lafarge to Southam to and Chemcell to Among declines, Q.S.P. Ltd. dropped to Dominion Lime to and Canadian Tire to ACTIVE TRADE NEW YORK (AP) Stock market prices climbed today as investors anticipated an U.S. economy in 1972. Trading was .active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 3.91 to 908.34. Advances led declines 20.50 to 23. Hogs average base price 24. Lambs sold steady Wednesday. Good lambs Hennione Baddeley as Mrs. Peachum. Miss Redgrave's former husband, Tony Richardson, is directing the show. A new translation of the Breech original has been written by Hugh MacDiarmid, NEW YORK (AP) The Newport Jazz Festival, after 18 years in Rhode Island, is moving to New York this summer with 27 events scheduled from July 1-9, producer George Wein said here. Wein said the festival, which annually attracts thousands of jazz fans from throughout the world, would include two outdoor concerts at Yankee Stadium and six days of concerts each at Carnegie Hall and Phil-larmonic Hall. Last year's festival at Newport, R.I., was cut short two days when thousands of young people crashed through ticket ;ates and took over the 5 Hud JUy Oil 44.37W In Gr Fund 12.33 Wesl Explor .11 Toronto mines, industrials (Supplied By Richardson Securities of Canada) LAST BID OR SALE a.m. Quotes) a.m. QuoTes) a.m. Quoles) MINES NorlQx .25 Dome Pelt M 62'A Acms .34 Opfimlski B.95 DoFasco 24 50 Advocate Asb. 1.90 Osisko .27 CAB 14 87Vs Alcarichn .4; p0jni 2i 25 Fd of Amer Ji'yj Bralorne 2.20 Placer Dev. 24.50 Gf Cdn Oil 520 Broulan .21 V4 P.C." Exp. .63 Gen Mofors fll.25 BclMehem ia.50 Quebec Man .11 Gl Lakes Pp IB l2Vi Brunswick 3.00 Rayrock 1.17 Gulf Oil Cda 27.00 Canada Tung. Radiore .23 Greyhound 16 12'A Casslar 20.35 Rio Algom 15.50 Hawker Sid 270 Ceniral Pal. 1.75 Roman Corp. 6. So Huron, Erie 20.00 Chlmo 1.21 Sherrltl Gordon 15.75 Hiram Walk 42.75 Conwest fl.30 Silver Miller .05 Imperial Oil Cons. Rambler l.il steep Rock 3.32 imasca 19.50 Coin Lake .08 Tek Corp. J.BO Inl Nickel 33.00 Cochenour .21 Texmonl .37Vi Jnt Pipe 30.75 Craigmont 7.BO Upper Canada 1.81 Inv Gp A Die kens on Mines -BO Western Mines 2.90 Int Utilities Denlson Vines 27.00 Wright 1.15 Indust Accept 19.75 Deer Horn ,02V4 Wlllroy .79 Laurentide 10 IS D'EIdona .46 windfall .10 Kelly Doug A 5.4214 Dome Mlnei 60.50 Zenmac .06 Loeb 3.60 Dona Ida .OSVj INDUSTRIALS LOblaw A 5.50 Dlieovcry Mines .60 Melro Slores 15.50 East Malartic Massey Ferg East Sullivan "n McMillan Bloe 25.50 Falconbrldgi ld.50 Slee "-JJ Moore Corp 39.75 FrobCX .44 Molsons A First Maritime! .A3 Atlan poisons B 19.37'A Giant Y.K. 7.25 Ncrlh, Cent 14 (sources say Inland Steel Co. of Chicago, the seventh-largest U.S. producer, made the first move. An Inland spokesman would say only that his company made price adjustments Monday. When Bethlehem Steel, the second-largest producer, became aware of the move, sources said it cut its affected sheet prices across-the-board. A Bethlehem spokesman would not confirm nor deny Hie report. Republic Steel, fourth-largest producer, said it would "be competitive." Before the cuts, the average published price of the most common types of domestic hoi-rolled sheet steel was ?159 a ton, while the average price of most types of .domestic cold-rolled sheet was a ton. U.S. Sleel and other producers last month announced price increases averaging about 7.7 per cent on hot and cold-rolled NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Trans Canada Glass Ltd. of New Westminster has acquired a 50-per-cent interest in Allan's Auto Glass Ltd. of Winnipeg and Thunder Bay, Ont., it was announced here. The company also has acquired, in a separate transaction, controlling interest in Faucher and Fils Ltd. of Montreal. The newly-acquired companies are in the retail and wholesale auto glass replacement industry with combined sales in excess of million. Both transactions were in cash. Trans Canada Glass, a Canadian distributor for auto replacement glass manufactured by Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd., Oakville, Ont., recently reported nine-month unaudited earnings of on sales of you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For over 60 ysgri We write oil kindi of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM-AUTO-and IIFE and can lave you MONEY SEE US SOON-FofoTtMGtNqf A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 706 3rd Ave. S., Phone 327-2793 prices EDMONTON (CP) Average prices to 11 a.m. provided by the Alberta Hog Producers' Marketing Board. Edmonton: 23.75, average Wednesday 24.14. Red Deer: 24.10, average Wednesday 24.26. Calgary; 24.00, average Wednesday 24.27. Lethbridge r No market, average Wednesday 24.26. Lloydminster. No market, average Wednesday 23.80. Grande Prairie; No market, average Wednesday 23.85. Total hop sold to 11 a.m., 670. Average Wednesday, 24.19. Sow price processing ana Systems 1003 4th Avenue S., Lethbridge Telephone 378-4426 aUafa rrocessinq TNIW51 gold fields MOSCOW (Reuter) Geologists have discovered six new gold fields suitable for commercial exploitation in the Soviet Far East, Tass news agency reported Wednesday. Large deposits of gold have been found in the lower reaches of the Amur River and promising deposits in Lanlar, on the coast of the Okhotsk Sea, Tass 3. About 300 persons were treated for minor injuries. The festival also had experienced declining attendance in recent years with audiences in 969 and 1970 ranging around compared with earlier draws of LOS ANGELES (AP) John M. EHiotl, 57, composer of such songs as It's so Nice to Have a Wan Around the House, died in hospital here of a heart attack. Elliott was the managing director of Irish International Television Ltd. in Dublin, He was engaged in a television seres and film project in Ireland. Elliott wrote the score of a number of motion pictures and :omposed more than 600 songs for films. His other songs included Sam's Song, 4.90 'S'S Price Co 7.75 Headway R.L. 7.00 Rolhmans 16-BVi Holllnger 3B.37'A St Law Corp 19.50 Hudson Sey M-S JUS shell CDA 37.00 Hydra En. MV, Iron Bay 3.30 SImJ Sean JJ.50 ISO 1.35 "E ,lna f Sleel ol Can 26.75 Joliet Quebec .21 Selkirk A IS.75 Kerr Addlaon 7. IS I r I I Texaco 34.filVa Key Anacon ,7J J: Cellulose J.ja Traders Gp A lo.oo Labrador 3J.75 Trans Mtn Pp Lake Shore 2.4S Trans Can Pp 36.3IVi Lsngis Silver .05 W.H. Gas 11.37V! Unlon 6as ,5 Madsn R.L. "n !ndjsl, Union oil -16.00 Malarlic G.F. VersallH Mlg 1.00 Marlln McNeely .07 ui t cm Wesleel 15.00 Maclntyre 73.50 Cdnr f rkers Union Car 13.62V5 Mela .11 rJr.' Weston's B 18.25 MMrlm .13'A riav, Woodward's A Inlern Mosul B.OO anh a'lJV Wesl cdn 5d J'3S New Wesl Home s.oo daas 197.1 2enilh Elec J'B New Athona C W.N. Gal 21.62rt BANKS New Calumel .25 Disl Sea 31.5" Can Imperial 25.12'A W. Hors. Copper Iv" Noranda 33.75 Dom textile 30.75 Royal 29.50 Norlhgafe 5-30 Dom Slorcs Tor Dom 30.75 New York stocks (Supplied By Richardson Securities o! Canada) Amr T and T Sears 103.50 20 Golds 154.95 up 1.62 Anaconda Sid Oil ol NJ. ]0 3sse 81 57 a Belh Sleel 29.25 Texas Gull 15.00 7, Chrysler !9.87Vi TeHS Co 5.87'A ls Wtsl olls m-n UP 1M Comsal 61.00 wicks Corp 9.75 Volume Duponl 1-16.50 Woolworlh 6.25 NEW YORK '.VBKAGES Gen Molon West Eleclr c 30 Ind 908.11 up 3.69 Gull 7B.B7Vi U5 5tee) 31.12Va 20 Rails 146'34 ofl -13 UK" TORONTO AVERSOES u? .80 Monl Ward 29.25 20 Ind IH7.56 up 2 20 Volume cleaner BONN (neuter) Only one West German male in 100 washes from head to toe each day and only five per cent change their underwear daily, a Bonn University study says. Women, particularly those between 50 and GO years old, were found to be one in six has a thorough daily THE CASE OFTHETALKING HASHUSHT! AWPTINGTOE THOTOPHONE1 A LIGHTWEIGHT WALKIE-TALKIE RECENTLY REPORTED FROM USES ONLY A FLASHLIGHT BEAM, POWERED By 4 D-CEU.S TO PRODUCE GOOD VOICE TRANSMISSION UPTOAQUARTERMILE... MI DfQlJlA'nQti 3082 ID NIWI cind Jo APPLICATIONS ARE NOW PERSONNEL MUNICIPAL BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE POSITIONS PHARMAC Port OUALIFICATIC MUM hold A FOLLOWING PART TIME ST Time Mornings >NS; Iberia Registration very third week ei QS assigned by ihe e wilh Canadian Society of moclsls, Alberta Branch, AID p.m. Daily NS: dosirobla Ilh IES: oaning per hour MISSES CROWD KANSAS CITY (Reuter) -About 10 persons escaped injury Wednesday night when a propeller from a turbo-prop Frontier Airlines Convair 580 ripped through a passenger loading section at Kansas City Municipal Airport. The propeller from the twin-engined plane tore loose when it struck a freight cart being hauled across the runway by a mechanic. There were no for crimes WARSAW (Reuter) A former Nazi policeman was sentenced to death by a Polish court here for war crimes the official news agency PAP reported. A provincial court in Szczecin, northwest Poland, found Piotr Malicki guilty of taking part in Nazi-organized mass executions of civilians in the district of Sokal from 1041 to Time- Afternoons QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma Business Course Congenial personality RESPONSIBILITIES: Process applications Meet the public champ LONDON (AP) Harold lancock gave up smoking last yfarch but IB gave it another whirl Wednesday and won Britain's national pipe smokinc eon-est. The 47-year-old Hnncock won for a smoke lasting one hour 47 mrautcs 59 GOOD AS NEW COLOGNE, West Germany (Reuter) Four amateur ar-chcologists have found a pair of glass slippers nearly years old in an ancient Roman burial place in the centre o! Cologne. 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